Question about Televison & Video
Sounds like a capacitor has given up the ghost. If you can do a bit of soldering and aren't scared of taking it apart, then you might find a repair kit or second hand power board for less than 20. It really is a cheap option. If you can't and don't know anyone that can I would get a new TV. As a repair guy will cost you at least 50 and you don't know how long the rest of it will last. People will buy these TV's on ebay to repair so you can get some money back.
Posted on Jan 08, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First try hooking up a different source such as a DVD player or Cable box and see if you have audio. If you do then check the audio output from the computer. If you do not have audio then make sure the tv audio is up half way and turn off the set. When you do this you should hear the down chime provided you have the chime turned "on". If you do not hear the down or up chime then the sudio circuits on the Main bd are bad and the Main bd will have to be replaced. A quick way to check to see if the audio circuits are working is to listen for the up or down chime when turning on of off the set coming from the tv speakers speakers.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
use the menu setup and tell it how u want it to be configured and make sure tv speakers are on if u are using the tv, if not use the computer settings on the menu, u probaly already have found this out, by looking fully at the onscreen menu.
Posted on Dec 01, 2009
SOURCE: sound but no picture
Most likely - the CCFL backlight is not getting the power it needs to come on. You can verify by shining a light on the front surface of the set - if you can just make out a dim image, then that is it. On some sets, the CCFL can be seen through the vents on the rear.
Posted on Jun 19, 2008
I know not of this specific model, but it is not uncommon for ribbon cables to become loose or dirty. It is usually pretty easy to pull a tv apart just remember where all screws and cables came from, and then reconnect them and power up before putting it back together, in case there is anything amiss. Ribbon cables can be easily rubbed clean with an eraser. or alcohol and Q-tip
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
change the backlight (cold cathode light) on your monitor.. If you are able to open the back of your lcd monitor carefully, the backlights are located at the upper and the lower part of the edge .. replace it with conventional cold cathode lights(protective tube was removed)... there are also instances that backlight was good but the ballast transformer is burnt. Replace the ballast. Its very cheap to replace that.
Posted on May 18, 2010
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